Wining, dining, and tiding

Trip Start Jun 09, 2010
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Trip End Jun 10, 2011


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Flag of Canada  , New Brunswick,
Tuesday, September 28, 2010

We stayed at the Farmhouse bed and breakfast last night.  It might have been the best breakfast we have ever had.  It started with coffee and muffins at our door at 7:30 am.  I could get used to this.  "Real breakfast" started at 8:30.  It was a 3 course affair which culminated in orange infused french toast and sausages.  Wow.

We rolled out of the B&B and headed out on Cape Spit to see the Fundy tides.  On one side of the Cape we saw the Minas Basin tides with lots of mud at low tide.  On the other of the Cape, we saw the rocky Scots Bay.  There were lots of pretty rocks - perfect for skipping, although not possible at low tide since the water was about 1km away. 

We drove down the Annapolis Valley, stopping at Gaspereux Vineyards for some wine.  Then on to Digby to catch the ferry to Saint John.  We managed to sneak in a lunch of Digby scallops, which were actually pretty good (I'm not a big scallop fan).  After our 3 hour ferry ride, we drove to Fundy National Park where we would camp for 2 nights.
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